Riders on the Red Line may need to add some extra time to their commute as the seventh safety surge in Metro's nine-month maintenance plan begins.
A federal judge has canceled government approval of the light-rail Purple Line, citing ongoing problems with Metrorail.
The Gloucester Parkway extension in Loudoun County is set to open, connecting traffic from Pacific Boulevard and Loudoun County Parkway.
The Blue Line train operator who ran a red signal at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport last week has been fired, Metro General Manager Paul Wiedefeld announced Tuesday.
The current headquarters is located at 600 5th Street, Northwest, in downtown Washington, right next to the Verizon Center and close to two Metrorail stations.
The Metro safety department said two rails on which the trains run were too wide as a result of deteriorating rail ties.
Toll revenues will fund improvements that give commuters other travel options, including new and enhanced bus service and bike-share programs.
Metro's general manager called together supervisors, managers and assistant superintendents for a mandatory meeting on improving the culture of the transit agency.
Metro has updated information about Orange and Silver Line usage this weekend.
A Blue Line train may have ran a red signal at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Wednesday afternoon, marking what could be the ninth incident this year.